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We moved to Arizona to see burrow owls. Where the hell are all the burrow owls?

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Siphon Draw

November 18th was Erin and I's one year anniversary. It has been a busy year indeed! Phew! It's certainly not slowing down any for us either...but it is cooling down. That's a great thing because, as you can probably tell from the blog, we like to go hiking. Last weekend we bought new hiking boots and headed back to the Superstition Mountains, this time to the Lost Dutchman State park, and started breaking the boots in.

The mountains always seem so close...until you try to walk up to them!

Erin captured this picture of the moon on our way back down the trail from the canyon. It looks like a shot from another planet.
The Superstitions...

Here's what Ishmael was doing while we were hiking. He does this ALOT! and it stinks so badly. He likes the new litter box with the rim because it gives him leverage.

For Thanksgiving, we went to Jerome, AZ and took a train ride through the Verde Canyon. That will be the subject of our next blog entry.

This is a glamorized picture of our new car that I copied off the Internet. I will get a real picture soon, I swear.


Blogger BillyPru said...

pimpin' ride.

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Jen + Kev said...

hey guys,
is that a matrix? My sister and brother in law have one of those. Nice car.

Those pictures are awesome! It really looks like you guys are having so much fun out there. Its a good way to spend your 1st year married. Happy Late Anniversary.

Hopefully me and kev can come out and visit sometime.

2:08 PM  
Blogger Allie said...

the picture erin took with the moon makes me think of that show "land of the lost".

6:14 PM  
Blogger BillyPru said...

candy bars were like gold in that show.

2:24 AM  
Anonymous Sean said...

Ishmael seems to be thing hart about something. He must be serious about his business.

3:16 PM  
Anonymous Sean said...

I need to slow down my typing. I meant thinking hard not thing hart.

3:18 PM  

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